North Carolina History of Health Digital Collection

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The North Carolina History of Health Digital Collection consists of books, journals, reports, bulletins, minutes, proceedings, and histories covering topics in medicine, public health, dentistry, pharmacy, and nursing, dating from 1849 to the present. These materials thoroughly document the development of health care and the health professions within North Carolina and is thus a significant part of the state’s cultural heritage and history.

This project was made possible by a multi-year NC ECHO (Exploring Cultural Heritage Online) digitization grant for the creation of the North Carolina History of Health Digital Collection. NC ECHO is funded by the State Library of North Carolina through the Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA).

These pages provide links to individual documents in PDF format. You can easily save or print these documents for later use. To search the entire collection, visit the North Carolina History of Health Digital Collection database.

Titles in the collection include:

Last modified: 12/08/16
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